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HOTEL REVIEW: cortiina Munich.

HOTEL REVIEW Cortiina Munich | Bikinis & Passports

If any of you have ever tried finding a decent hotel in Munich during Oktoberfest, you’ll probably know that is a nearly impossible task. All of the hotels are either fully booked or the prices are sky high. When we decided to head straight from Miami to the Oktoberfest with my siblings super last minute, I was mentally prepared to sleep on my brother’s floor. Little did I know that karma would be on my side and not only did we end up finding a hotel 2 days before heading to Munich, but we actually scored a room at my all-time favorite hotel in Munich, The CORTIINA….

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HOTEL REVIEW: Soho Beach House

Hotel Review Soho Beach House Miami | Bikinis & Passports

Ever since our first stay at the Soho House Berlin, I’ve fallen head over heels for it. It is a strange feeling of “coming home” to a place that is not actually home. I am pretty convinced it is the interior that sparked my love for the hotel, or possibly the most perfect poached eggs on avocado toast I have ever had. Whatever it is, I love it. That’s why some of the other Soho Houses have been on my “must check-in one day” list for a while now with the Soho Beach House in Miami at the very top of said list….

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HOTEL REVIEW: Wiesergut, Saalbach-Hinterglemm

Hotel Review: Wiesergut, Hinterglemm | Bikinis & Passports

After 3 incredible days with my mom, I am back in Vienna and literally couldn’t wait to tell you about our girls trip. All Summer, I had been craving some quality time with my mamma dearest and since we are both big fans of being active and I felt like we could both use some downtime, hiking and wellness was on the agenda this week. Our destination of choice was surprisingly close to home (only about 30 minutes from where my parents live), but all the more beautiful!…

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HOTEL REVIEW: Park Hyatt Mallorca

Hotel Review Park Hyatt Mallorca - Cap Vermell | Bikinis & Passports

Tucked away along the idyllic hillside of Cap Vermell, the newly opened and first European Park Hyatt resort awaits just 50 minutes from Palma de Mallorca. What feels like a small village in the typical Mallorquin style with a modern touch, is the stunning home to 142 rooms and suites, five restaurants, a relaxing spa, various pools and of course a brand new gym. Even since our trip to the Maldives, I feel drawn to any hotel or resort that carries the name Park Hyatt – of course with fairly high expectations….

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